Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 24, 1952
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m $yp0r Market si, Choice Recipes Bjr Off \l.t ll if, cup (I'/i mit'.',iml nwher 1 ripe Mnsnas. '. ".J ci'p heavy tream: Folgers i «d i.ib. fiAjk V|eti«. OjfC Aunt's Peaches Hf. V/i Con Syrup Hunt's f filit ·J Deviled Egg And Spring Salad Plate ingredient*: » cgRs, 1 tetsnoon tarragon vinegar, ' % cup' commercially-prepared t h . l c k four cream, »»lt and.while pepper ((o ta'sle), paprika. ««la'd ifreens, 2 ·mail or 1 large carrot, 1 medium ^ed riicumbeV. mayonnaise. Method: H«ro-cook eggs, ihell nd halve. Mash yolks fin? with vinegar; add sour cream, la It and pepper, and' beat with fork until sliky-smooth. .Flllinit wilt be quite, loose but spoon back into egs white halves, spreading over entire' top" siirtac'e;" sprinkle with paprika. Arrange clesn dry sreens on 4 »l«d plates, choosing as many iprinj varieties as poisible and including chopped ireen scal r (Ions .if desired; iidd stuffeij egg halves on opposite" sides of plate* and center wjth wide th|n divers of carrot and thin "rounds of cucumber. Serve w|(h aalad d.ress- ing lor vegetables. Makes 4 servings. ' . · Skillet Asparagus With Brqvyried Butter ''ingredients': ] pound Iresh «s- jaraius, % cup water. U teaspoon nit, i tattjespoons butter. 'Melh(id:'put off white ends of aipi'ragUs so they are about as afa as the diameter of an «-lnch skillet With a ra7.or-Hke vegc- «hle parer peel outer covering inrf'»cafe'« from stalks, just lip to Ips. Tya«b well In cold water. Put water and salt In 8-Inch skillet a'nd'bring'to a boll; add asparagus; ·over tightly and keep water boll- rig; »?tjviiy': over moderate heat iUtt until asi)arafu« are tender- IP' mttutea qr longer. Remove from hMt 'at once and take off ·kiilet cover. ^ielt butter In f- ihc'K aWllet or imill saucepan «nd a||»W" ii' ati\n(l over moderately low h«!tt' Jat:unt!l it turns golden-brown; watch carefully. With iitchen 'long.*' remove aapiragus ib" aerVIng plate and,' potir browned /.-:.i__ ^Li_- .$e|-ye af once. Makes Method: In inlxine ho»vl, hpal i egg'.yolks until thick and lemon- colored; gradually add sugar, then; lemon juice, continuing In heatj until liiRrcdlents arc hlendnd. Cook In lop of double boiler over boiling \vater until mixture starts to bubble slightly around the edges (about (2 minutes)', stirring often to 'prevent scorching. Jlemove from hnt'ivsler; cool; stir in pine- PfirtPork Sausage ·ii :1 ·il Spfto-Silk Cake Flour box. ^35c Ww 125-ft. 19c Pur« Lard ^ $6.35 bananas. Fold in m and stiffly beaten whites; pnlir'lnlo two refrigerator trays; freew si lowest temperature 2 In 3 hours. Mdkef 10 to (2 servings.' Chicken Noodle Bake . i Ingred'ents: One ft-nunce package egg noodles, 1 cup crated qhecidar cheese/ 2 nips seasoned cooked' chohced spinach, 2 nujjai dkeri c-ookea chicken, one Ifl'/i-, ounce can condensed cream ofj celery soup, % cup milk. Method: Cook noodles accord- Ing to package directions; drain In colander. Put noodle? in mixing howl and stir in % cup of the cheese. Spread noodle mixture over bottom a,nd sjde/i of buttered shallow casserole. Arrange spinach .in center and place chicken over it. Mix celery soup and milk; pour over ingredients in casserole. Sprinkle center with remaining !4 cup cheese. Bake, in moderate (360F.) oven 30 'minute*. Mr. »nd Mrs. A. D.' Norwood i^^^WWSi rn-the-Ho,ne" E , Coua,,. ' -- · · " -· ··-'· ggt. Buddv Horah, son of Mr. Mrs. F/ Horah, received his discharge from the Army at C-tne Hill, and Miss Marie Brown m ea nt "workinu in lead, DUI #m of Farminjrton were hostesses | come ,,, em braci the use. ototiier Monday night to the Delta Kappa I · /or Service pipe*.!* buiidr Gamma. They were entertained '"- ' J l _ _ TJ -- - IiV. ffll+llTM H I S . . _ ; , ~--. .1 ·--... !!_?- Dr. Jeff Baggett aijd George Allen spent the weekend at Blue Mountain Lake fishing. M,rs.'-R.'-H. Morrison, who has been keeping house for the Conklinj: while they were, j way, ha*, . iv,rs. J. r,«.. f TM,,,. CT . ., The potato plant is a Dative of j Clyde gone, Mr*'. Martha Weaver,'South America. Camp Chaffee. Worth served .lor a year in Korea with the National Guaroj unit. ·fttoi SPAGHETTI'N MEAT BALLS Rpllard Biscuits **" 9c Ff ncy Pink Salmon 49c Broccoli VVith Eq$y : Chwse Sauce J · "· - pound processed % cup fresh or .- rTr "'iSfk. P"H!!5. W cooked drained 'broccoli. Wfethod;'Dlce'che.e«e and put In top o( double boiler; melt over hot tvateV. Stir, in milk. Spoon over broccoli and sprinkle with paprika Mak»l about I clips sauci, enough for 4 to « servings of broccoli. Broiled Savory Shod ' Ingredients: ^ pound* shad Ml leti, 4 tablespoons lemon julte, 4 tablespoons butter or margarine 1/jg (eaipoon ground thyme; bav leaf, 2 teaspoons finely grstei oti'ion' (pulp and juice), s»\\ am white pepper, paprika. ' 'Methodi' Set'bfOilef at 5KOK. t preh'eat. Wlirt s««d with dam cloth. Line broiling pan wit! aluminum foil and place shad HI lets, skin-side down, fin it. PU lemon juice, butter, thyme, ha leaf, and onion in small heat proof container in oven.or on 101 of range and heal just until but ter Is melted. Stir and pour ove shad. Reset broiler heat to 36ff Broil shad, about 2 Inches from source of heat, B to HI minutes, o untji it flakes easily with a fork baste once, 'diirtng brojl ng btij dc not turn." Sprinkle shad with sail pepper and paprika. Cut inl sfrving-siic pieces and'with wid spatula lift carefully away from bottom skin and aluminum foil Serve at once. Makes 4 ser.vlngs Ingredients; 4 ejjgf, or'6ahe''fli'(tar. .T't,'ble'»n juice, !i cup isiiahed, | cup bee Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound ...yet costs only 2 cents more N CONSUM STORE No. 1 S. Sid« Square Phone 94 S U P E R IGA MARKETS PRICES ALSO GOOD AT PUBLICS IGA MARKET, SPRINGDALE STORE 300 W- ix«n Phone 240 ALL FLAVORS FAB WASHING POWDER AACCCC Almiration -Cha »* f 7Q|k UUl r bll 5«nhorn -- Maxwell House Lb. I WV PEANUT BUTTER r "r; 29c PAPER NAPKINS :" 10c FLOUR «" *»" S £, 49c PECANS *«H- ^ 309 SUGAR '-- 10 £, 89c OLEG COLORED QUARTERS ID. |5(l UUvUNU I SWEETENED CAKt mlA DEVIL FOOD BETTY CROCKER DEVIL PAISTETTE YELLOW ,. BABY FOOD «··· SALAD DRESSING -BAK. POWDER Ib, 3 cans 25c $1.59 |K'-- ·--···'·" Bi|| ntw SNOWDRIFT CONTEST Wf Hav»I Snokreem . . .' . 69c CEREALS for Baby ! r^ 1?C Green Beans BISCUITS Hyde Pork 303 4* £L I Fancy Cut Can JL \T Borden's Canned 10 P Salad Full Pressing Quart Welch's-also 12^. Welch's Grapelade Jar 45 C f MORREL'S PURE L A R D 4 £57? ; Winesap APPLES Florida Juice 3 Best Quality O Tomatoes L CARROTS Cut Gretn BEANS N cV 5c Kraft Y«lv«eta Cheese 2 L89c Salad Bowl Dressing, qt.45c Northern Chum Salmon £" 39c COY« Qysfers, con 35c Gold M«dal Flour 10 ; boq 98c . Cocoa ^ 49c Hershey'i Cocoa S 25c " " * · ' J ^ ' F ' ~ \~t~ Poke MM! GTMM N"12c Swift Premium DRIED BEEF -« 44c Morrel's Yorkshire '*. SLICED BACON, Ib. . 33c CHICKEN BACKS ^ 39c WHITING ^--· Ib.lTc . Wi!spri f i ^WIENERS, Ib. . . . 49c BACON ENDS -- 89c

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